Question: Looking for the next challenge, I recently moved to North Carolina. House and family settled, I took a walk around my new neighborhood to get familiar with our surroundings. About 500 feet from my front door, I happened to glance down and recognize an old frenemy snuggled at the base of a neighbor’s tree. Pale, gilled, and frilled, it sat there trying hard to blend into the leaf litter. Was this a brooding potential assassin waiting for a more-curious-than-careful hungry victim?
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Dr. Hack (Oleander Photography) is chief of the division of medical toxicology and vice chair for research at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. He enjoys taking photographs of beautiful toxic, medicinal, and benign flowers that he stumbles upon or grows in his garden. Contact him at ToxInRI@gmail.com, www.toxinRI.com, or on Instagram @oleanderphotography.